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Univision
Feb 26, 2010 6:00pm EST
protejernos porque sino nos cae en los ojos el polvo y nos dana , sustancias quimicas ...es que tenemos que tenerlo todo el tiempo puesto..." claudia uceda/univision washington "y si un arbol como este cae en su casa y daña su propiedad o daña algunos cables de electricidad lo primero que tiene que hacer es no tocar, lo segundo es: llamar al 911.." tambien puede llamar a la compania que le proporsiona el servio electrico.. zenayda mostofi/pepco "estamos recomendando a la gente que se mantenga lejos de los arboles caidos, no trate de levantarlos los cables caidos..." en washington claudia uceda univion este invierno extremadamente crudo, con una tormenta tras de otra, con fuertes nevadas y como acabamos de ver con ventiscas que originan la caida de arboles y problemas en el fluido electrico estan acabando con la paciencia de muchos...pero hay otras criaturas que estan disfrutando a los maximo.. y son esta alpacas traidas de sudamerica que estan haciendo de las suyas en la nieve....segun s
ABC
Feb 25, 2010 12:05am EST
tonight, andy garcia, "little miss perfect" host michael galanes, comedian dana gould and the world premiere of a new music video from tracy morgan and friend. ♪ it put a baby in you ♪ i'm going to put a baby in you ♪ ♪ i put the miracles of babies in you ♪ ♪ i would have liked to put a baby in you ♪ >> jimmy: that's right. we are your baby's daddy. "jimmy kimmel live," back in two minutes. kelly: vanessa... kelly: (over footage) here, you rocked the new skinny jeans ook., heather: but you also rocked on your mannequin stand. kelly: please hand in your stand. josh: all me! announcer: this week everyone's #a star with old navy famous !jeans. 19 dollars for adults. kids 12. enter online for a chance to become the next supermodelquin and take home a 100 grand. ow. like our award-winning cc. white one! [ chuckles ] or the fuel-efficient jetta. ooh! red one! [ sighs ] or the tiguan. black one! oh. two for flinching. plus, every volkswagen includes no-charge, scheduled, care-free maintenance. silver one! ohh! on any volkswagen? yeah. [ male announcer ] with great deals on al
FOX News
Feb 13, 2010 11:30pm EST
and white house secretary dana perino, jim pinkerton, fellow new american foundation and news day columnist elliss henican, i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. >> why wouldn't you run for president? >> i would, i would if i believe that's the right thing to do for our country and the palin family certainly i would do so. >> you're basically saying you will consider it. >> i think that it would be absurd to not consider what it is that i can potentially do to help our country and i don't know if it's going to be ever seeking the title though, it may be just doing a darn good job as a reporter or covering some of the current events. you're going to consider, go through the process. >> i won't close the door that perhaps could be open for me in the future. >> that's former republican vice-presidential candidate and fox news contributor sarah palin talking to our chris wallace on fox news sunday. that made interview made headlines of its own because she did not rule out, did not rule out if i didn't speak that clearly enough, a possible run for the white house in 2012. the
ABC
Feb 27, 2010 12:05am EST
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CNN
Feb 7, 2010 9:00am EST
for the new yorker, and senior congressional correspondent, dana bash. i am not sure what i owe you for leaping over 30 inches of snow, but -- thank you very much and i am delighted you are here. i want to start out with sarah palin who last night gave a well-received speech at the tea party, and had this to say. >> treating this like a mere law enforcement matter places our country at grave risks, because that's not how radical islamic extremists look at this, we are at war, and to win that war we need a commander in chief not a professor of law. >> true story, last night because apparently neither one of us have anything better to do, and dana e-mailed me as i was e-mailing something else, both with the same message, 2004 called and they want their issue back. it seems to me that all of the talk about the economy, this other issue slipped in about how this administration is treating those suspected terrorists and the trials in new york? >> i think what is interesting about it, it's an issue that waxes and wanz with the american public. in the years after september 11th, after a pr
CNN
Feb 13, 2010 9:30am EST
can cut calories along the way, well, all the better. earlier i spoke with dana cowen, the editor and chief of "food and wine" magazine about healthy, simple ways to have a delicious brown bag lunch. dana, thanks for coming by. let's start with this dish because i think this looks yummy and it smells fantastic. how do i make this chicken dish? >> okay. it's a pulled chicken kish? >> it's a pulled chicken dish with indian spices. what is great about this is you can make it with instead of mayonnai mayonnaise, make it with yogurt so it's light. >> wow. it looks great. >> yeah. and you know when you get a sandwich in a store and you're like where did they hide the meat? all i see is the bread. >> there's a lot of meat in there. >> there is. for $5 you could have this fantastic sandwich and if you make a full recipe, you could have it for dinner the next day, add vegetables to it, don't have to put it on a bun. >> use a rotisserie chicken and you don't have to spend a lot of time on it. >> anything that's prepared, shred it, mix it, put it between the buns. >> put it between the buns. i l
FOX
Jan 31, 2010 11:00pm EST
. in alexandria, egypt, dana lewis, fox news. >>> the news doesn't stop here. >> the "news edge" at 11:00 starts right now. this is fox 5 "news edge" at 11:00. >>> o the top a working weekend for people shoveling out their sidewalks and cars after another round of snow. tonight we're starting the edge with how the remaining snow and cold could affect your remaining cold. >> maureen umeh. >> i'm will thomas. >>> some school systems are making the early cold. manassas, cull pep per and faquier are off. >> prince georges georges and charles county are delayed two hours. check your screen and myfoxdc.com for updat. >>> let's get the update from matt ackland on snow patrol. >> reporter: will, maureen, as most of us sleep already going to be many road crews out there trying to treat black ice. that's taking place here in maryland and in the district. the plan is that some crews will work throughout the night. but there is going to be a major push right before rush hour. the good news about a weekend storm is that fewer vehicle are on the road. >> for us it's much better on theeekend beuse we
MSNBC
Feb 8, 2010 4:00pm EST
, jane, and dana lash was at the tea party convention this weekend. dana, who is better to address the outdated systems from health care to education in this country? >> i think the voters are. i think the american people are so underestimated. i don't think it needs to be a politician necessarily. i like the idea of candidates getting out there and endorsing tea party principles instead of tea partiers and other voters having to pick and choose which platform of which candidate they like the best. i think it's the voters get to decide. the activists, all of those people who have been doing so much work this past year. >> jane, that's actually a very interesting idea. you could have politicians pick from some of the progressive ideas. they could pick from some libertarian ideas and pick from tea party concepts and say, listen, from the menu of voter gripes and complaints and requests and dreams, here's my selection. where would that leave the democrats and the republicans? >> well, i think that the tea party, many of the things that they're expressing are also things that progressives
CNN
Feb 25, 2010 6:43pm EST
you a lot of what happened live here on cnn. our senior congressional correspondent dana bash can take us a little bit on the scenes right now. what do they say, the democrats and republicans? were their expectations met or not? >> actually were met, because nobody expected they were going to walk out of the room holding hands, and they didn't really expect to have any real agreements and that's exactly what happened. when it comes to democrats, wolf, i think they feel like they were able to get their point across, and in particular, when it comes to congressional democrats, they feel much better because they have been asking for this kind of presidential leadership, presidential messaging on the health care bill that they think is a pretty good one and pretty good policy but has not gotten through in terms of communication. so they're happy with that. republicans, they were really worried about going into this. remember when the president announced this on super bowl sunday, they were pretty reluctant on the republican side. they thought they might walk into a trap and really jeo
NBC
Feb 7, 2010 9:00am EST
about school tomorrow. >> dana from montgomery county schools is on the phone. have you made the call yesterday about montgomery county schools? >> no, we haven't made the call yet, but we anticipate making the call sometime this afternoon. >> what is involved in making that call? how many people go driving around, which streets are they checking? >> well, the -- our staff, they work very closely with public works in montgomery county. and of course, our transportation folks and facility folks, they get out there. of course, there's a lot of things that go into the decision. not only are the roads plowed, but are the roads, the side streets plowed, do we have the main roads plowed? can students access the bus stop? how about our parking lots? we have to move a tremendous amount of snow around just to move our parking lots and make access to the school sa. can our staff and can our teachers, can our staff get to school, those who live in montgomery county and those who might live out of montgomery county? there's a lot that goes into making the decision. we anticipate having making the
MSNBC
Feb 10, 2010 11:00pm EST
secretary, dana perino. they all have adamantly rejected the obama administration's claim that the justice department has successfully prosecuted more than 300 people on terrorism charges within the criminal justice system. senator kyl, for example, said, "there haven't been 300 high-profile dangerous terrorism cases in the united states. if there were, we would have heard about them." senator sessions called the 300 number unsubstantiated. dana perino said it was, "as false as false gets." again, sadly, no. it was the bush justice department that made the claim about terrorism convictions in the u.s. courts. they made that claim frequently, enthusiastically, they even did it in presidential speeches as early as 2003. they -- i actually think we've got that speech. >> more than 260 suspected terrorists have been charged in the united states courts. more than 140 have already been convicted. >> that was president bush bragging about charging and convicting terrorists in u.s. courts back in 2003. at that point, he was bragging on 140 convictions, seven years ago. why would it be inco
Univision
Feb 11, 2010 11:00pm EST
entrada de lluvia o de nieve y le dana sus pertenencias, eso esta cubierto por seguro de propietarios de vivienda." "pero danos a su vivienda por inundacion debido a derritimientos de hielo o nieve, no estan cubiertos por seguros estandares de propietarios de hogar, sino por polizas separadas que usted debe tener a traves del programa nacional de seguros de inundacion. desde washington, fernando pizarro, univision." el gobernador de maryland senalo hoy que elado continuara manana en situacion de emergencia... mientras que trabajadores de rescate y de limpieza han estado trabajando arduamente para desenterrar mas de dos docenas de vehilos que se quedaron atascados en la carretera 340 en frederick, maryland... pocas personas se quedaron atrapadas adentro de algunos de los vehiculos enterrados bajo seis a ocho pies de nieve... segun un portavoz, uno de los principales problemas ha sido mobilizar gruas para remolcar camiones de alto tonelaje que tambien se quedaron varados.. el gran euevoluueude nieve y hielo acumulado en los techos tambien esta causando preocupacion para miles
PBS
Feb 3, 2010 12:30pm EST
, dana stevens a film critic for slate.com and tony scott, film critic of the "new york times" and co-host of the television program "at the movies." >> i think it's between sandra bullock, a hollywood insider who never received the kind of acclaim being showered on her with "the blind side." between the two of them. i think meryl streep is always such a camilleian. by the way, the past couple years, the oscar has gone to attractive women in deglamorized roles like halle barre for "monsters ball" and kate winslet in "the reader." so the fact that meryl streep is made to look much dowdier than she is hashgs that may help her win. >> rose: >> with catherine bigelow, she takes a lot of care with looking at what's in that frame. you always know where one character is in relation to another. whatever there's something happening, whatever there's movement. she's very attune to that. that's one thing that i kind of never hear mentioned is... it's not just wow, a really good movie made by a woman it's the fact that so few people bother to take that kind of care with action sequences anymore.
CNN
Feb 28, 2010 11:00am EST
huggal, editor of "the nation" and dana mill beck from "the washington post." dana, you say professor obama acted like the smartest guy in the room. you make your living as a columnist. >> i tried to do the substance, howie, seven hours of it. i was woken up twice by colleagues for snoring in the news room. yes, the substance is important. we've already determined that the substance of the debate was not going to be changed by it at all. it really was just an event in political theater, whether or not that was the purpose in the first place. so we became theater critics and talked about how various people performed. >> katrina, the bulk of the coverage said this was a win of sorts for the republicans because they got to share the stage with the president and sound reasonable. >> i'd hate to do the scoring. i think it was a clarifying drama, political drama, howard. i think the media so often treat bipartisanship as a prize rather than a process. it does take two to tango. i think some of the media have a hard time reporting on the revisions between the two parties. there was no bridge
FOX News
Feb 8, 2010 6:00am EST
detroit. >> former white house press secretary dana perino will weigh in in just minutes. >> meanwhile, while you were asleep, 4:00 hour, here's what you missed. >> two, one, booster ignition and liftoff of the shuttle endeavour. >> a lot going on down in florida. we're going to tell you shortly why this could be the last night launch you will ever see of the shuttle. brian? >> yeah, we needed a new shuttle or way to get into space. yes, from bourbon street to florida, right here. saints fans are in a frenzy this morning for a great reason. the underdogs stunning the indianapolis colts hours ago in super bowl xliv. we're live in miami with all the post reaction. meanwhile, our slogan this hour is apropos from scott and here it is. oh, the joy to be an orlean saint, manning was the best but brees said oh, no, you ain't. >> ♪ when the saints go marching in when the saints go marching in ♪ >> now, everybody! brian, apparently, the saints did not get the memo that they were supposed to lose yesterday. as you report live from miami. >> i know. very impressed with the game
Univision
Feb 11, 2010 6:00pm EST
danos, por ejemplo, el techo se vuela por el viento y la entrada de lluvia o de nieve y le dana sus pertenencias, eso esta cubierto por seguro de propietarios de vivienda." "pero danos a su vivienda por inundacion debido a derritimientos de hielo o nieve, no estan cubiertos por seguros estandares de propietarios de hogar, sino por polizas separadas que usted debe tener a traves del programa nacional de seguros de inundacion. desde washington, fernando pizarro, univision." qqqqqqen la capital.. las critis contra el alcade adrian fenty no se qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq algunos miembros del consejo municipal por no haber pedido la ayuda del gobierno federal y declarar la capital en desastre nacional.... ayuda que no solo daria mas dinero sino tambien equipos... esta manana fenty dijo que ya hablo con la secretaria de seguridad interna janet napolitano... " lo que esta ocurriendo en washington no es nada diferente de lo que ocurre en maryland o virginia , hay muchas calles que estan intransitables nuestros empleados han estado trabajando en la noche inte
CNN
Feb 24, 2010 8:00pm EST
shelby for putting a hold on nearly 50 nominees. but as dana bash report, shelby has no regrets. >> reporter: a refueling tanker, long overdue for retirement. this senator wants its replacement made in his home state, alabama. but richard shelby says the air force competition is a sham. so in protest, he did something drastic. he blocked most of president obama's nominees to an array of federal agencies that have nothing to do with his issue. near blanket hold, near 50 nominees. >> 40 something, that's right. >> reporter: that's pretty extreme. why did you do it? >> i did it to get the attention of the administration. >> reporter: and did he ever. he made headlines and became a symbol of gridlock. but in his first tv interview on the subject, he makes no apologies. >> reporter: what it sounds like you are trying to do very up front about it is put money, put jobs back your state of alabama. >> well, ultimately i'm a senator from become but i wanted to make sure there was fairness. if there's fairness jobs will go there. >> reporter: he eventually lifted his hole on all but three
FOX News
Feb 14, 2010 6:00am EST
press. >> on the panel this week, kirsten powers and white house secretary dana perino, jim pinkerton, fellow new american foundation and news day columnist elliss henican, i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. >> why wouldn't you run for president? >> i would, i would if i believe that's the right thing to do for our country and the palin family certainly i would do so. >> you're basically saying you will consider it. >> i think that it would be absurd to not consider what it is that i can potentially do to help our country and i don't know if it's going to be ever seeking the title though, it may be just doing a darn good job as a reporter or covering some of the current events. you're going to consider, go through the process. >> i won't close the door that perhaps could be open for me in the future. >> that's former republican vice-presidential candidate and fox news contributor sarah palin talking to our chris wallace on fox news sunday. that made interview made headlines of its own because she did not rule out, did not rule out if i didn't speak that clearly e
Univision
Feb 12, 2010 5:30am EST
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CBS
Feb 12, 2010 12:00pm EST
dana moseley. dana, tell me, when did you know that something was wrong? >> well, we were -- the train had pulled off and we were expecting a normal ride and then there was this immediate jolt an immediate jolt and it just didn't seem natural. didn't seem like it was a slow down because of a tunnel. and we sat there and we just started to wondering, what was that? and -- >> reporter: was it a jarring enough jolt that it could hurt somebody? >> no. it was almost like something was on the track and they hit the brakes and so it wasn't, it wasn't a long, drawn out stop. it was like a sudden stop. and then the -- a lady, i assume she was the conductor, got on the intercom and said, we just derailed. and folks were kind of like trying to decipher that. >> reporter: you guys were stuck inside the tunnel when this happened, correct? how did you get out? >> after about an hour they told us, they were repeatedly telling us do not get out of the cars. do not exit. do not use the emergency exit. in the end the lady came on and said, you guys are to move to the last four trains. and once they got
CNN
Feb 25, 2010 9:00am EST
speak. let's look at the latest on this now. dana bash has a preview from capitol hill. >> reporter: we asked both the senate's top republican and democrat where they may agree on health care. but their answers were mostly how they disagree? >> you will not see a 2,700 page of a re-right of one-sixth of our economy. >> we need major health care reform. that's what the people of america want, health care reform, not some band-aid. >> not exactly the makings of compromise. but peel back the rhetoric and raw emotion, and there are areas of agreement. take young adults. americans want to change the law to allow americans to stay on their insurance plans until 25. and obama says age 26. or promoting a healthier lifestyle. a house gop proposal says people on prevention and wellness programs should be rewarded with better health insurance rates. the president adopted a similar idea in his plan. the reality is those are minor issues. but what about preexisting conditions? >> i think the issue of preexisting condition is a serious issue in our health care system. we have a way to do it that does
CNN
Feb 2, 2010 10:00pm EST
communications with the family of the alleged christmas airline bomber. senior congressional correspondent, dana bash, at the capitol. we begin with senior white house correspondent, ed henry, at the white house who has new information on the man suspected of trying to blow up a jetliner on christmas day. ed, what do you know? >> reporter: anderson, really remarkable. late tonight, some senior officials called us back to the white house, extremely rare for them to do. all because they wanted to reveal some new information that they've been secretly working behind the scene with abdulmutallab's family to get his cooperation. that basically, last week, he started talking to them again and it's all because these senior officials say back on january 1st, a couple of fbi agents secretly flew to nigeria, worked for a couple of weeks to gain the trust of a couple of relatives of abdulmutallab, and then on january 17th, they're revealing for the first time two relatives of the suspect flew back to the united states, again, all in secret, so that they could convince the suspect, look, you can trust the u
CNN
Feb 1, 2010 1:00pm EST
everybody's poring over it on capitol hill including our candy corley and dana bash. dana's looking at the first trillion. we'll start with dana. this is a huge -- massive, important, but how exciting sit really behind the scenes to see these lawmakers going over this? >> reporter: you're not in washington, but the fact that you are calling the budget exciting warms the hearts of those of us in washington. i want to show you something that's a new look at what is going on here. with our capitol hill team we do a pretty good job talking to our sources and telling you what's going on behind the scenes. i'm in the house budget committee hearing room and i will take you behind the curtain. behind the curtain and i am going to walk through here into the anteroom. i was talking to kyra earlier and there were democratic staffers going through the president's budget. they had the chairman with them. they have cleared out to their own offices. we are going to go in and talk to the staff director of the house budget committee. hey, tom? >> hi, dana. >> reporter: this is tom kahn. this is mayb
CNN
Feb 25, 2010 6:00am EST
. first, we're going to head to dana bash. >> hi there, kiran. it's important political theater. important in this year's health care. a team of republicans going to the white house today, each huddle more than once to prepare their strategies for the days before the camera. make sure it gets across. >> reporter: we asked both the senate's top republican and democrat where they may agree on health care. but their answers were mostly how they disagree. >> you will not see from us a 2,700-page comprehensive rewrite of one-sixth of our economy. we don't think it should be done. >> that's what people of america want. they want health care reform. not some band-aid. >> reporter: not exactly compromise. take young adults. republicans want to change the law to allow dependents to stay on their parents' insurance policies until age 25. president obama's plan isn't far off. he says age 26. or promoting a healthier lifestyle. a house gop proposal says people in prevention and wellness programs should be rewarded with better health insurance rates. the president adopted a similar idea in h
FOX News
Feb 12, 2010 6:00am EST
like is right over there, she's in the purple chair and she's about to come on. dana perino is going to come after this headline and a fox news alert. >> we begin with a fox news alert for you this morning. former president bill clinton would be released from the hospital today after his emergency heart surgery. he was already up and around last night, we're told, after doctors put two new stents into a blocked artery. >> he had some vague chest discomfort that when it came repetitive, he recognized it might be a problem with his heart and that's when he consulted me and that's when we acted. >> so what else contributed to mr. clinton's condition and is he completely out of the woods? we are live with those answers in a few minutes. senator harry reid is pushing a new $15 billion jobs bill which he says will focus on increasing employment through tax breaks and public works. the original $85 billion version was criticized by some democrats for being stuffed with provisions favored by lobbyists. >> we don't have a jobs bill. we have a jobs agenda. and we're going to move forward on that
CNN
Feb 1, 2010 11:00am EST
the deficit under control. senior congressional correspondent dana bash joins us now live from capitol hill where the plan is getting a onceover. in fact, they are going line by line, aren't they, dana? >> reporter: that's right. some of the staffers who are back there inside the office of the house committee -- house budget committee, they are doing that. but the reality is that although i am here, as you can see in an empty hearing room, this is where the president's budget director will come tomorrow and testify and really get a grilling from members of congress. the reality is, not many people are here today, betty, because the house is actually out of session. february 1st this year happens to fall on a monday. but we did find out ahead of time, one congressman, a democratic congressman, frank palone of new jersey who had been one of the democrats who had been very concerned about the president's proposal to freeze some spending, and we went into his office just down the hall from here and asked him what he thought so far. hi, congressman. thanks for letting us come in. ap
FOX News
Feb 25, 2010 1:00am EST
. >> you're welcome, thanks. >> greta: dana is also a tea party organizer. >> they are the ones who decided to -- [ inaudible ] they are the ones who decided to shut out debate in the house of representatives. [ inaudible ] >> greta: dana engines us live from the nationwide tea party coalition. the question is not what do you want to happen tomorrow. what do you expect is going to happen? >> hi greta thanks for having me back. what i think is gonna happen is, your previous guest said this is a sham-wow infomercial. i would say this is a monty python skit a staring contest. i don't believe anything is going to be solved. i don't see how anything could be solved. republicans want a clean slate. democrats don't want to give them a clean slate. they want to use a piece of legislation that has been rotting in congress since sum per. i don't think that -- i honestly don't think anything is going to come of this. i think it is nothing more than the president trying to command dear this for a photo-op. i hope the gop holds the conservative line and demands there be tort reform. i hope they hold the
FOX News
Feb 26, 2010 1:00am EST
tonight. joining us from san francisco, california, catherine greg, hughes, tracy miller, dana lash, and in philadelphia katie a brahm. we start in california -- katy, abram. catherine did you hear anything that caught you off guard but surprised you? >> i didn't. i think -- i didn't see anything that shocked me. i was happy to see the republican leadership. i was happy to hear at least six common sense points that they had. some cost reduction solutions on the table. i saw the standard, i think, political theater that the democrats had. i think overall i walked away with the sense there are many options on the table. but unfortunately, the republicans for the last year have not been given an option to play in this arena. that's what i found most disappointing. >> greta: i take it you are a republican, is that a fair assumption on my part? >> yes, it is. all my life. >> greta: is there anything that the democrats said today -- any of the members of congress, that made some sense to you? >> i don't think there was much that really made sense to me, because i've heard what their plan
FOX News
Feb 16, 2010 9:00pm EST
proof you cannot fool mother nature or the american people. back in 90 seconds with dana perino and stuart varney. good to have you. what is it about slow baking that makes cinnamon so enticing? why are soft-baked oatmeal raisin cookies so comforting? does luscious dark chocolate feed you or your soul? and why do cookies taste so good when nestled in fluted cups? pepperidge farm. good is in the details. >> sean: over the past several months americans have been hit with unfamiliar taxes and fees as lawmakers from coast-to-coast try to offset economic hard times new and creative ways. in maine, sales taxes have been extended to car repairs and dry cleaning. 1% tax onio classes being charged in missouri. in honor of democratic governor duvall patrick's labrador new tax being dubbed toby's law hits the bay state which requires three dollars on municipal licensing fees for dog owners to pay for their pets. wyoming considering a tax on wind. not even food is save from the government's reach. new mexico is going to tart taxing several food products from white flour, tortillas, hard taco sh
FOX News
Feb 17, 2010 12:00am EST
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CNN
Feb 3, 2010 1:00am EST
hard on these terror allegations. >> dana, in terms of the timing, the administration is leaking this after a day of criticism on capitol hill about the president's handling of terror suspects. >> reporter: that's right. and when you walk the halls here in congress, like i have, you definitely hear an increase in criticism about the way the president is handling terror suspects, and also the whole idea about bringing guantanamo detainees to be tried in civilian courts. and what is most fascinating, anderson, is that more and more it's coming from democrats. number one, democrats who say, it's just not the right policy. and number two, remember, this is an election year, democrats who think they are way wrong on the politics of this. for example, blanche lincoln, she is a democrat who is facing a brutal re-election battle this year. she said, look, she can't sell this back home. and she wants the administration to hear what she's hearing from her constituents, which is, people don't support giving terror suspects the same rights they have. another example, evan bayh, he also is up
FOX News
Feb 9, 2010 9:00pm EST
secretary dana perino. for a guy that cannot sleep without a teleprompter, i find six words on your hand and the criticism and uproar over this unbelievable. >> why do they do it? look, every time they make an attack on sarah palin, every mocking comment. every time the elite looks down its nose at sarah palin she gets stronger. this is a ridiculously failing policy. i don't know why they do it. evidently she is a threat. i understand that why keep going at it when you are losing time after time? >> sean: stronger and more popular. >> that reaction doesn't do anything to reduce the notion that the democrats are an elitist group. it probably helps sarah palin with some quarters. i've written on my hand, you get a few laughs in the briefing room. it is limited on a day when your president was calling for a bipartisan push and made news that he wanted to push forward on health care and this steps on that. >> why do we assume they are political geniuses? >> sean: i don'th(s. >> chicago boys they know everything about winning an election. >> sean: they were very disciplined they kept the
FOX News
Feb 12, 2010 1:00am EST
? former white house -- promises he made to the country? former white house press secretary dana perino. it seems the president is softening on the concept on whether or not to raise taxes. politically deadly? >> i think so. looking at that compilation of clips is interesting. this comment that he is agnostic either means that he doesn't know or it sounds like he doesn't care. if you go back to the campaign trail is only 14 months ago he was using the same phrases over and over again. all of a sudden he's agnostic. i think this could be one of the biggest flip-flops since the 2004 election. >> greta: he didn't say yes there's going to be an increase in taxes he didn't say no he says agnostic. is he floating a trial balloon to see how people are going to respond? sort of the light approach to test the waters? >> you wonder if it was a chance to let's see how people react. i've heard some say maybe it was a sign to the right to tell them he won't stand in their way if they want to do tax cuts. i kind of find that hard to believe. last week when you reported on the budget released i
CNBC
Feb 18, 2010 6:00am EST
supposed to be out any minute. ahead of that, why don't we talk with dana telsey, joining us to talk about what she's looking for in these numbers. dana, we're looking roughly for about $1.12. is that the estimate you're expecting as well? >> higher, around $1.13. we think continued improvement in growth margin. they should be able to get improvement on the sg&a by 20 basis points and continue to be lean on the inventory levels. the focus will be on the guidance for 2010. >> and when we're looking at that guidance, what do you suggest, something that is very optimistic? what would be something telling you, okay, there's more caution here than you expected? >> well, the street is around $3.96 for $2010. we're a little higher. anything above $4 would be a little more optimistic and would give signs of encouragement for the consumer. >> when you get a sense overall, walmart's not talking as much as they used to. they used to give us monthly numbers, give us more frequent updates about the strength of the consumer, but from everything you've been able to glean through your research, thro
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